Resources

Applied Behavior Analysis Bibliographies

Books

  • A Picture’s Worth

    Parents of children with autism can significantly improve their son's or daughter's ability to communicate using the visual communication strategies described in A Picture's Worth. This easy-to-understand guide presents in detail the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)-pictures used by a child to express his needs and desires without a prompt from another person-as well as an overview of other augmentative and alternative communication systems.

  • A Work in Progress

    This text is a great collection of ideas and programs for building skills as well as strategies for dealing with challenging behaviors

  • Activity Schedules for Children with Autism

    This book fully describes in easy-to-understand terms, everything you need to know in order to develop successful activity schedules for children with autism.

  • Behavioral Intervention For Young Children with Autism

    This book answers commonly asked questions and addresses many issues affecting individuals with autism including treatment, behavior intervention, and various programs that can help individuals and teach new skills.

  • Do-Watch-Listen-Say

    This is a comprehensive assessment and intervention guide featuring assessment tools with hundreds of creative ideas to promote social and communication skills for children with autism.